Hearts around the world shattered when it was announced that Fixer Upper would be ending after its fifth season, but if you can’t get enough of Chip and Joanna Gaines, I’ve got the perfect book for you
David Sedaris is back with a new collection about aging, fit bits, beach houses, death, and traveling to Japan.
Kids just aren’t reading like they used to, at least if you believe what is coming out of the schools.
The sequel to Warcross is coming out on September 18th of this year and I could not be more excited. Here’s what we know about the book so far.
Dana Mele tackles the politics and pridefulness of all girls boarding schools, murder, questions of guilt and innocence, and more in People Like Us
I discovered Curtis Sittenfeld when her modern retelling of Pride and Prejudice was the talk of the town.
If you like being in the know about all things books and are looking for ways to stay involved in the book community, these websites can help you out.
Now that she is kicking butt and taking names at the United Nations, let’s take a look back at how she got to where she is today.
Murder, mommy issues, and money. That’s what is at the core of Lying in Wait
I’m a sucker for a good standalone novel, probably because I cannot commit to a series with my busy schedule, but it seems that the vast majority of standalone novels are contemporaries
The Most Dangerous Game comes to a quaint British boarding school for a weekend no one will ever forget.
Coloring books are all the rage right now, and they aren’t just for kids anymore.